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Exclusive Chicago Fire Sneak Peek: Is Severide Really Ready to Return to Work?

Taylor Kinney

Firehouse 51 is still reeling from the loss of one of its own on Chicago Fire, no one more so than Severide (Taylor Kinney).

Postmortem: Chicago Fire boss on the "tough decision" behind the big death and the fallout to come

But after running away from his grief, and his job, for several weeks, Severide is... read more

Postmortem: Chicago Fire Boss on the "Tough Decision" Behind That Big Death and the Fallout to Come

Taylor Kinney, Randy Flagler

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Tuesday's season premiere of Chicago Fire. Read at your own risk!] 

When Chicago Fire showrunner Matt Olmstead told... read more

Jesse Spencer Turns Up the Heat in Chicago Fire's Third Season

Jesse Spencer

One of the Firehouse 51 family is gone when Chicago Fire returns for its third season. In last May's cliffhanger, just-married Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) watched as a burning building collapsed with his entire team — truck, rescue squad, and ambulance — inside. Who made it out alive? "Many were seriously injured, one critically," confirms Jesse Spencer, who plays Lt. Matthew Casey. "It's a very difficult time for everyone, and... read more

Exclusive Chicago Fire Sneak Peek: A Nasty Car Wreck Leaves Severide Up in Arms

Taylor Kinney

As if Severide didn't have enough to worry about on Chicago Fire, a nasty car wreck will put the weight of the world on his shoulders.

In this exclusive sneak peek from... read more

Chicago Fire's Monica Raymund on Dawson's Firefighter Future: I'm Up for the Challenge

Monica Raymund

Most people have a tough time getting back in shape after the holidays, but this past year, Chicago Fire star Monica Raymund had extra incentive: her character's upcoming firefighter academy test.

"Was my body prepared? No. We started shooting those episodes after the holidays, so after two weeks of just, like, eating," Raymund tells TVGuide.com with a laugh.

Thankfully, she was able to buckle down enough to do the whole test on camera for one grueling 14-hour shoot. "It was all me. All 14 hours. All the cardio," she says. "By the end of it, some of my crew members were applauding and read more

Taylor Kinney on Relationship with Lady Gaga: "It Works"

Taylor Kinney, Lady Gaga

Even Taylor Kinney can't explain the secret behind his relationship with Lady Gaga.

"I'm reserved. She's not," the Chicago Fire star told E! News at NBC's Golden Globes afterparty on Sunday night. "For whatever reason, it works. It works, and that's that."

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Chicago P.D. Promises to be a "More Aggressive" Crime Show Thanks to an Unlikely Leader

Chicago P.D.

Coming from the man behind the long-running Law & Order franchise — which has spawned four spin-offs since the mothership's 1990 debut — it should come as no surprise that the Dick Wolf-produced Chicago Fire would meet a similar fate. However, showrunner Matt Olmstead admits he didn't see it coming.

"It's funny," he tells TVGuide.com. "If we would have started out thinking that we were going to spin off Jason Beghe's character into a show, we probably wouldn't have... read more

Chicago Fire Boss Teases Shay's Fresh Start, a "Powerful" Fall Finale and a Big Cliff-Hanger

Chicago Fire

Paramedic Leslie Shay (Lauren German) has never had the best timing on Chicago Fire. Last season, she jumped back into a relationship with her pregnant ex-girlfriend, Clarice, just before Clarice found out she had to move away. Then, she tried to have a baby with her best friend Severide (Taylor Kinney) just before his ex-girlfriend showed up at their doorstep pregnant and claiming that the baby was his.

However, nothing could beat the turn of events in last Tuesday's episode of the NBC sophomore drama, when Shay returned to Firehouse 51 after a serious battle with depression and suicidal thoughts only to find out that the house was being closed.

TV couples: Hot or not?

"It's like anybody who walks the edge and either elects to walk back from it or is fortunate to have a friend or a loved one kind of... read more

Inside Chicago Fire's Scorching Second Season

Eamonn Walker

Holy smoke! Law & Order creator Dick Wolf's NBC drama Chicago Fire mixes buff bods, heroic action and — in a startling change from Wolf's previous procedurals — satisfyingly soapy storylines. This combo has helped make the sophomore series a hot date on Tuesday nights for more than 8 million viewers. "What we're doing here is the equivalent of big studio movies that have huge action sequences," says Wolf... read more

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